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NCE/ACE Consultants Awards winners: The best of British

Last month saw the best companies and individuals in the consultancy sector recognised in the 2014 NCE/ACE Consultants of the Year awards.  

The winners

Back row left to right: Gavin White, Ramboll; Martin Cure and Steve Osbaldeston, BCS Design; David Tonkin, Atkins; Tony Foreman, Ardent. Middle row left to right: Philip Evans, Rhead Group; Mark Hirst and Keith Mitchell, Peter Brett Associates. Front row left to right: Mei Ren, Buro Happold; Chris Baker-Pearce, Ardent; Serena Ralston, Peter Brett Associates

At last month’s Consultant of the Year ceremony, eight awards were handed out to the companies and individuals that demonstrated the best in business, sustainability, and outstanding achievement over the past year. They represent a cross section of firms working in the UK, from those with just 40 employees to global giants.

The winners were:

Consultants Awards

After the awards were handed out, NCE spoke to the winning firms to get an insight into what has made them successful, and how they intend to maintain that success.

The answers reveal many of the issues facing today’s consultancy organisations, including what it takes to be a big player in an increasingly global world, how to maintain quality as your business grows, and when it is worth taking a risk to help out an important client. 

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